Only on sundays
Signing in without facebook or twitter, but by email etc, would allow companies to use this internally. Could be used for employees as well as customers.
You can only add one asset at a time :-(
It would be good to have Survey Monkey integration with this for consumer feedback on products and services?
This idea came from Oli Humpage's comments on Underscore: - offer textarea with ready-written tweet + tweet button - gives crucial ability to modify your message (surely essential to social media?) - People can spot auto-generated boilerplate tweet - More personalised, more motivation to click
I think there is a very strong case for this to enhance/unleash the true social power of Rusic. "I liked @joebloggs idea on myrusic.rusic.com" could be massively improved if idea data was included and allowed the user to customise.
If you make a syntax error with your liquid code it will throw an error but not give you any information about why the error occurred.
Just like / incorporated into the like functionally add the ability for a user to unlike an 'idea'
The ability to serve a different button/icon if the logged in user likes an idea.
The button 'deactivate' doesn't sound right for hiding/showing comments in the admin.
All the themes currently use AJAX to show/hide/submit a new idea so it wasn't clear how I could create a non-AJAX version... it turned out to be /ideas/new/ and the trailing slash was required for it to work.
In the wrapper/header is some code referring to development environment which, having spoken to Paul, is not required.
Although Paul sorted it out for me, I think there is a bug where if you have participated/signed in to a Rusic space with your Twitter account, you cannot then use that username for your Rusic URL/username?
If an idea is deactivated, an optional template can be shown to the user
A better HTML editor for a custom theme. + syntax highlighting would be nice, I like CodeMirror personally. For now I have trusty ?+C , ?+V !
hi i posted 'I've just added an idea to Rusic at bit.ly/rHJm34' via your site and i have been bombarded by 'page doesnt exist' comments :)
The buttons for like/vote need to be AJAX so the page doesn't need to be refreshed. Can you that NOW please?
just playing with this, it's pretty cool. How do I get my own?
It would be cool to be able to see tags that link to buckets rather than having to go through each page in the order they were created. Either add any tags, or have a group of standard tags available??
... this means you have to sign back in if you want to contribute to another question / bucket, which in turn will (or could) reduce the stickiness of the site???
It's quite confusing that when you've clicked on a question/topic, there's nothing to show who actually created that topic? I'd suggest adding their profile pic and an asked by XXX.
I want to add a a link into the description text at the top of the page.
Would like either a calendar for the bucket expiry date or a drop down (next week, next month).
Or both! ;)
Can we have a "RUSIC" button along the lines of Facebook and twitter for adding to third party pages so anyone can use it....
Allow more than one bucket per sign-in. I've got questions I want to ask, but can't ask them while the question already there is active. Allowing more than one active url/ bucket per login would drive use at this stage and lead to a more diverse platform. No?
You can see who has liked a discussion through their profile picture but you cannot find out more about who they are. There is no context around them. A Twitter bio, or link to their Twitter page would be an idea. I see you are doing this with the person who thought the idea up, but not the people who liked the idea, or participated within that idea.
Again, not sure whether this has been implemented. Can the person who sets up a bucket download the ideas and discussions and likes for that bucket? Not been able to find that, would be useful...
I'm not sure whether you have this yet - you could have a tally some where on the page to say that @hecticjeff's idea had 95 likes, while @nigellegg's idea only had 2. Make it like a bit of a competition between the people posting ideas???